[Ontbirds] Northern Parula at Bronte Bluffs
BARBARA.CHARLTON at bell.blackberry.net
Thu Dec 1 09:27:06 EST 2011
Five hardy Hamilton winter listers are viewing the Northern Parula found last week at Bronte Bluffs Park.
This colourful bird is active and chipping regularly. For directions see original Hamiltonbirds post below.
Good Winter Birding
From: "George & Elaine Serena" <eserena at cogeco.ca>
Sender: hamiltonbirds at googlegroups.com
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 23:34:12
To: <hamiltonbirds at googlegroups.com>
Subject: [hamiltonbirds] northern Parula at Bronte bluffs yesterday
Apologies for the late posting,
Yesterday, about 11.15 am, our Larks' birding group spotted a female
Northern Parula at Bronte Bluffs, foraging in sumac bushes at the top of the
cliff behind Sovereign House. This may have been a juvenile, various field
guides showing the bird differently.
Take Lakeshore Rd. towards Bronte harbour and turn onto West River Rd. which
is immediately west of the bridge.
Follow to the top of the hill, there is a parking lot on your left. This is
where we saw this pretty little warbler.
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